Fern Creek Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After another hearty breakfast at the Handlery we checked out and made our way to Alamo to collect our hire car. I seemed to have been nominated first driver by the family so I found myself driving through a very busy San Francisco with David map reading and George getting to grips with the sat nav which for some reason she named Valerie! We left over the Bay Bridge to Oakland on the Interstate 880, then the 580 ...
... table while Patricia was getting some lunch.
An elder gentleman stopped by and asked if he could sit at our table. "Of course! Join us".
He was very quiet. I asked his name. It had z's and l's in it. I told him my last name, which also has z's and l's in it. He said, "Your people are from Sicily?" I said yes, but the other half are ...
... were placed by the glacier now precariously positioned on the smooth granite domes. The glacier melted about 18,000 years ago. To the west there were snow covered mountains.
We spent the afternoon exploring Tuolumne meadows. The ground is covered by snow for the majority of the year. The plants only have about three months of growth. The meadow was only just starting to flower, apparently by July there is a spectacular show. The water from springs and snow melt ...
... valley floor for 2307 meters. Especially favoured by rock climbers for its sheer granite face. We found ourselves at one point standing in the valley staring at its enormity as professionals of the sport tried to point out to us people scaling up the face. The figures resembled fleas crawling on the footpath and were barely recognisable from our vantage point. A wonderful national park that is truly one of natures wonders which we didn't want to ...
... Lake via 12,000 foot Mather Pass. 11 miles. Much easier terrain than yesterday. Felt strong. Dad struggling a bit with back and shoulder pain. Pretty, sunny morning made meadows and reflections beautiful. Nice walk down fork of King's Creek. Rested there, then began pleasant, gradual ascent toward Mather, four miles on. Followed King's Creek in pleasant canyon, trees thinning, as always, and stopping altogether at ...